Painter, etcher. Born in Los Angeles, CA on Dec. 14, 1901. Kraemer was educated at Stanford University. While at that school he was a swimming star and active in the local art scene. His art production ceased with the onset of the Depression. He then became superintendent of the Sierra Nevada Mine in Virginia City. He and his wife, artist Zoray Andrus, lived in an abandonded brewery which was a gathering place for artists. Kraemer died while vacationing in Oaxaca, Mexico on Oct. 24, 1990. Member: Palo Alto Art Club.
Source: Edan Hughes, author of the book "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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